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Since 90's, Adobe has provided a free PostScript driver for users to download, so they can install a PS printer to their systems. This policy changed and the original driver (found as winsteng.exe) has not not worked since Windows Vista.

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It was originally written for the earliest Windows and later upgraded to Windows 2000, but there is no way how making it work on later versions of Windows, especially on the 64-bits.

Considering how many users are looking for 'some file' to PostScript conversion on our website (like PDF to PS), we have decided to make a little tutorial about installing virtual PS printers, because it is one of the easiest ways how PostScript files can be created from something via the Print (to file) function.

If you do not have access to a physical PostScript printer and thus you get no drivers from the vendors, there exist really only a few limited options left on how you could install a virtual PostScript printer to your system. Whilst experienced users can probably deal with this problem on their own, the less savvy computer user might have trouble solving this problem on their own.

This article will cover one of these ways, and we will show you how you can install virtual PS printer to Windows 8. This will of course work on previous Windows Vista or Windows 7 or latest Windows 10, you would just need to download different driver.

Installing Generic PostScript Drivers in Windows


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Some manufacturers, like Xerox, provide a generic PS driver that you can install to your system. You can find them here:

When you go that website, it will automatically detect your OS and offer you several files for download. The file of interest we are looking for is in section PostScript, called PostScript Driver. The page looks like this in our test Windows 8.1. 32-bit OS.

However, Xerox offers drivers for the following Windows editions: Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2003, Window Server 2012, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and also latest Windows 10. In both 32-bit and 64-bit variants.

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Download the PostScript driver file in your OS version and install it.

Setting up virtual PostScript printer

After the first installation part a printer setup process starts. At first the system will look for physical printers. It doesn't matter to us, because we want to install a virtual one. Once the procedure is finished, click on the 'The printer that I want isn't listed' link.

Printer setup looking for existing printers

Now we are going to add a new printer. Select the 'Add a local printer or network printer with manual settings function'.

In Windows 7, the windows look a little different and the system ask you whenever you want to install local or network printer. Pick whatever choice you need. The next steps are basically the same, the windows and some wording might be different, but the key principle is the same.

Adding local or network printer in Windows 8

In the next step, select the 'FILE: (Print to File)' option in the existing port settings. This will create *.ps files whenever you use this virtual printer for printing your files.

Selecting Print to File option instead regular port for printer

The setup will now give you a choice of the few drivers to select from. We didn't see much difference in them, so picked the first one.

Picking up a driver for virtual PostScript printer

Name your virtual printer as you seem fit, this will be the name visible in printer selection and in the Devices and Printers control panel.

Naming newly installed virtual PS printer

If everything goes fine without error, you should see this and wait till it's finished.

Final setup progress of the installation procedure

After the setup procedure is finished, the system asks you whenever you want to share this printer in your network. The choice is yours, we didn't want to share it, so picked the first option.

Setting up printer sharing options

This is the final window of the virtual PS printer setup procedure. Now you can pick if you want the new virtual printer to be your default.

Better uncheck this option, if you are regular user and won't use PostScript files in everyday business.

Finishing up the printer adding procedure

If everything went smooth and without problems, you should see your new printer in the Devices and Printers control panel, listed under the name you have saved few steps before.

Printing files to PostScript format (.ps)

Now you should have the option to select this new virtual PostScript printer whenever you use the default File ► Print function in some program. We have tested it on a random PDF and it worked just fine.

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And that's it for this guide. We hope it will help you to solve your PostScript troubles in Windows.

Although this article was originally written when Windows 8.1 were the latest, it is still applicable for the latest Windows 10. You just have to pick drivers for Windows 10 instead Windows 8 that are shown on the screenshots.

1. Features

WO Mic can turn your phone to be a microphone for your computer. You need not to pay a cent to buy any gadget. And it's mobile if you choose wireless transport. Millions of people have installed it and are using it daily for talking, recording, voice remote control and many other activities.

Three components cooperate to achieve that:

  1. WO Mic App which runs on phone. It captures your voice through phone microphone and transmit them to computer.
  2. WO Mic Client which runs on computer. It connects to app, receives voice data and passes them to virtual mic device.
  3. WO Mic Virtual Device which also runs on computer, though in kernel space. It receives voice data from client program, simulates a real microphone device, and provides audio data to applications like Sound Recorder.

Below diagram shows how captured voice data is flowing through these components:

Main features:

  • Wireless microphone without any cost
  • Can be used with any programs on PC just like REAL microphone
  • Very short lag
  • Easy to configure and use
  • Supports auto reconnection when your PC reboots
  • Support multiple connection methods: USB, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and Wi-Fi direct
  • Audio format: 48000 sampling rate, 16 bits per sample, mono channel

2. Download and install

You need to install all 3 WO Mic components mentioned above. Note below sections assume Windows operating system on PC. If you are running Linux, refer to Linux setup.

2.1 Install app on phone

If you cannot access Google Play market, download WO Mic apk directly.

2.2 Install client on PC

Download and run the setup program to install the client.

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2.3 Install device driver on PC

WO Mic device drivers are available for Win7/8/10. Supported processors are x86 and x64.

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Once the driver is installed successfully, WO Mic device will be created automatically. Follow these steps to check if the device exists and is working properly:

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  • Press Windows + X and click Device Manager in the pop menu.
  • In Device Manager, go to Sound, video and game controllers.
  • WO Mic device should be listed and work well as shown in below diagram.

3. User guide

3.1 Choose transport

Depending on system, different transports may be selected as the communication channel between your phone and computer:
  • iPhone: Wi-Fi
  • Android: USB, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi Direct
Choose appropriate transport you shall use.
3.1.1 USB transport
We recommend USB transport whenever possible, as it is more robust than wireless connections. It also has lower latency and higher bit rate. To use USB connection, follow these:
  • Connect your phone and PC via an USB cable.
  • Enable USB debugging on Android phone.
  • On PC, install right USB driver for your phone. You may consult your vendor for that.
If all have been done well, your phone is identified as one USB device with name 'ADB Interface':
  • Press Windows + X and click Device Manager in the pop menu.
  • In Device Manager, go to Universal Serial Bus devices.
  • In the list, you are expected to find something like ADB Interface.

3.2 Configure and start server on phone

Launch WO Mic on phone. Before staring the server, you can go to Settings to configure what you prefer.

3.2.1 Transport option
Select the transport you would. Requirements for each transport:
  • USB transport. ADB Interface should be seen as described in 3.1.1; otherwise it will report no device can be detected.
  • Bluetooth. Pair your phone with computer if you haven't done that. Turn on Bluetooth on both phone and computer.
  • Wi-Fi. Turn on Wi-Fi on both phone and computer and connect them to same hotspot.
  • Wi-Fi Direct. Turn on SoftAP on phone and connect PC to this AP.
3.2.2 Control port option
This port number should be same as in client; otherwise, connection will fail. If no special reasons, don't change it.

Note media port can only be configured in client. It shall be synced to server when making connection.

3.2.3 Audio source option

There are 5 mic modes. Due to different Android phone hardware and OEM customization, not all modes may be supported on your phone. Even some are supported, they may not have same effect as described here. So please take below mode description as a hint and explore each mode on your phone to select appropriate one.

  • Default. Phone embedded microphone.
  • Mic mode 1. Try this if you want to use external wired headset.
  • Mic mode 2. Try this if there are echoes with other modes.
  • Mic mode 3. Try this if you will speak at a long distance or noisy environment.
  • Rear mic. Try this if you want to better capture sound from back.

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3.2.4 Start server

Once all have been configured, go to main UI and press Start button to start server. If it prompts not enough permission, grant microphone or audio record permission to this app.

Once the state changes to Started or Connectable, the server is ready to accept connection request from client.

3.3 Connect from client

On Windows, follow these steps to connect:
  1. Launch WO Mic client. If you meet 'MSVCP140.dll is missing' or similar error on Win7/8/8.1, please either upgrade your Windows, or install KBA2999226 and KBA3118401 from Microsoft.
  2. Select Connection ->Connect...
  3. In connect dialog, select same transport type as you did on phone in 3.2.
  4. In Details pane, specify auxiliary connection parameters:
    • Bluetooth. Select the phone Bluetooth name in the dropdown list.
    • USB. None.
    • Wi-Fi. Enter the IP address shown on server.
    • Wi-Fi Direct. Enter the IP address of SoftAP. Use the default if you don't know what it is.
  5. Click Connect.

Once client shows to be connected, audio data captured by phone will be streamed to computer.

3.4 Verify streaming is going well

Before using WO Mic device, you may want first to verify audio is being streamed correctly from phone to PC. To do that, play received audio data directly:

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  • Click Options menu in WO Mic client.
  • Enable Play in speaker.
  • Unmute PC speaker.
If everything goes well, you can hear sound captured by phone.

3.5 Use WO Mic device

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Set WO Mic device as input for your game, recording, chat or any other applications.

Some applications may not allow you to select audio device. For that case, you can set WO Mic device to be default audio recording device in Windows settings.

3.6 Issues caused by anti-virus software

Some anti-virus or firewall software make wrong alarms about WO Mic client or driver. They might even delete related files or block network connection causing WO Mic to malfunction. If you meet those issues, please configure your computer to allow WO Mic to work.

Especially, if WO Mic used to work well and stops working suddenly, it's mostly caused by anti-virus software blocking. Some quick verifications:

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  • Change control port from default 8125 to some other value (i.e. 40000) and connect again. Note: same value should be configured on phone app.
  • Re-install client program to some other folder (pretending to be different program) and connect again.

Warning: Never download and install WO Mic client and driver setup programs from untrusted sites. Download from this page( and check if downloaded file size matches the informed value.


Before reporting any issues to us, you are encouraged to check this FAQ page for any known issues and their solutions.

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